Paintless dent repair, "paintless dent removal", or "pdr" is an effective method used to remove dents and dings from vehicles. The typical repair process to fix a dent may be expensive; however paintless dent repair offers a less expensive repair and at around half the repair time.
How much does paintless dent repair cost?
The cost of paintless dent repair varies on the dent's size and severity. This technique saves time and money on labor and materials. Pdr eliminates sanding, the use of body filler, and painting. Sizes of reference range from dime size to a half dollar. Typical 1-5 dime sized light dents cost around $75. Receiving an estimate however is the most accurate way to determine the price.
What is paintless dent repair?
First a light is placed facing the dent. Our technicians use a light as a guide to view the dent. The dent is then manipulated out using a prolonged rod, suction cups, or both. Most dents can be accessed from behind the body panel of your vehicle. However panels that have no access to reach the dent can be accessed by creating a very small hole in the panel.
What are the advantages to paintless dent repair?
Paintless dent repair saves both money and time. It helps preserve your vehicle's existing factory original refinish. The repairs are virtually undetectable. It also increases the value of your car.
Does paintless dent repair fix all dents?
Paintless dent repair is an applicable repair method for well over 95 percent of vehicles. Some dents have no possible point of access, or the damage is too severe. It is not advised to use paintless dent repair if the dent has deep scratches or chips in the paint.
At Precision Collision Auto Body our focus is on you. We have certified technicians that specialize in paintless dent repair. We also will work with you to find the best solution to fit your budget if you are paying out of pocket. We work with all insurances, and self-paying customers. Schedule an online estimate or schedule an appointment and we will contact you and begin the process of having your vehicle looking brand new.
If you have been in an accident and need it repair it is important to remember. Many insurance companies have a “preferred shop” or “DRP facility however you should choose an auto body shop based on your needs and principles. You may have your vehicle repaired wherever you see fit.